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Disney-themed Switch Announced by Nintendo for Japan

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Disney Tsum Tsum Festival, a puzzle game based on the Tsum Tsum plush line, will arrive on Nintendo Switch on October 10 in Japan. And Nintendo and Disney have joined forces to accompany its launch with a new design of Switch.

The newly designed console will arrive with Joy-Cons in purple and pink colors, covered by patterns inspired by Tsum Tsum. In addition, the Home button on the right also shows the characteristic of Mickey Mouse ears.

The dock features its own dark gray hue, but also sports Tsum Tsum patterns and the silhouettes of Disney characters such as Winnie the Pooh, Minnie and Mickey Mouse, along with Stitch.

The pack is priced at 36,080 yen (about 300 euros) and includes game software, along with a code with special costumes. The Switch itself of this pack is a revised version, which offers greater battery durability.

Announced at the Nintendo Direct in February, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival consists of a whole set of mini-games to enjoy with family and friends. In the popular puzzle game, you can prove that you are more skilled than your friends. By connecting Tsum Tsum of the same kind, you can create longer chains than your opponent to resolve the Tsum Tsums. In addition to the classic mode, there are other special modes such as Bubble Hockey, Curling and Coin Dozer to discover.

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival can be played online against the whole world. The more points you earn, the more coins you will get to acquire new Tsum Tsums and build your very own cuddly collection. Check out the Disney Tsum Tsum trailer below.

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